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The New York Times Lens Blog features Mary’s latest project: Missing in Action: Homeless Women Veterans.

Mary is on the faculty of Momenta Workshops: The Business of Nonprofit Photography in Washington DC. Join Mary,  Jamie Rose, Jim Stipe and John Harrington for a panel discussion at the Leica Store, November 9, 2015 at 1 pm.

Congratulations to my friend Matt Black who has won the 2015 W. Eugene Smith Grant in Humanistic Photography for his project, “The Geography of Poverty.” I am honored to share the 2015 W. Eugene Smith Fund Fellowship award with Marcus Bleasdale.

Mary F. Calvert is committed to using photography to affect meaningful social change and is known for producing work on gender based, human rights issues. She has won the Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award twice and is a two-time Pulitzer Prize finalist in Feature Photography. In 2013, Calvert was the recipient of the Canon Female Photojournalist Award at Visa Pour L’Image in Perpignan, France for her project, The Battle Within: Sexual Violence in America’s Military.